International Trust and Cooperation

The Groningen Declaration Network is an international, non-profit and voluntary network that supports academic and professional digital credential mobility so that citizens worldwide are able to consult and share their authentic educational data autonomously, with the expectation of fair recognition.  It does this by bringing together stakeholders from across the global Digital Student Data Ecosystem.

Registration for the 2022 GDN Annual Meeting open.

In 2022 the 11th Annual Meeting will take place on 12-14 October and be delivered in a hybrid format: in person (in the birthplace of the GDN, the beautiful city of Groningen, The Netherlands and virtually (online).   

The themes of the 2022 meeting are “Learner Centricity – Interoperability – Lifelong Learning” which highlights the interdependence of three key issues that have to be met to make digital learner data portability a global reality.  That is, a focus on the pivotal role of learner centricity as starting point, requiring interoperability so as to ensure seamless learners’ access to their data, thus enabling the build-up and sharing of learner portfolios throughout their lives.

Our goal

We make Digital Student Data Portability happen. Citizens world wide should be able to consult and share their authentic educational data with whomever they want, whenever they want, wherever they are.

Join us

We build a network of like-minded organizations and people who see the potential of the Groningen Declaration. Get involved to further global human capital cross border mobility and make it happen.

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